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Old 08-31-2017, 10:58 AM
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I recorded my son's baseball game with a generic gopro and it recorded in 1 minute increments of .mov files. Is there a way to combine into 1 continuous file that can be replayed over multiple formats? Or even 1 format if I can get it to work.
Old 08-31-2017, 11:09 AM
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Yes. GoPro studio software (or I guess it's now called QUIK) will do what you want.

https://shop.gopro.com/softwareandap....html#/start=1

Oh, I missed that it was a generic GoPro. May or may not make a difference. I tried the GoPro studio a while back with a non-GoPro camera and got no audio.

There are also plenty of other options. Any video editting software will work as well. Macs come with iMovie, which will work just fine. Windows has Movie Maker, but I've never used it. What you are describing though is as basic as you can get with Video editting, so any will do it.
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Thanks. GoPro software IS proprietary. I'll try moviemaker.

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